Lana Del Rey left alone at the altar in wedding themed 'Ultraviolence' video

US singer's reveals new video

Lana Del Rey is left alone at her own wedding in the new video for her single 'Ultraviolence'.

The video for the single, taken from the album of the same name, was revealed today (July 30) and can be seen above. Prior to arriving at the altar the singer is shown wandering alone through the woods in her wedding dress.

'Ultraviolence' is Lana Del Rey's second album and the follow-up to her 2012 debut 'Born To Die'. It was released last month (June) and went straight to Number One in the UK. Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys produced a number of tracks including lead single 'West Coast'.

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Del Rey recently made a series of controversial comments to about Kurt Cobain and dying young. The comments led Frances Bean Cobain, Kurt's daughter, to address Del Rey via Twitter, urging her to "Embrace life, because you only get one".

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